Patricia Andrei is the new HR Director of CEC Bank, a position from which she will coordinate the entire human resources activity of the bank with the largest territorial network in Romania, which includes more than 1,000 units and almost 6,000 employees nationwide.
With more than 22 years of experience in the field, the new HR director has held various positions within the HR department of ING Romania for more than 19 years, and from 2014 to 2019 she led the HR team of the same bank. In the last two years, she has worked in the role of Management Consultant with companies interested in organizational development solutions and implementation of inclusive and sustainable HR policies and practices as a vector for business performance and growth.
“CEC Bank is one of the largest employers in the Romanian financial system, and the bank’s growth and modernization plans must have at their core an organizational culture based on performance and continuous development. Patricia has coordinated numerous organizational transformation projects, streamlining HR processes and has extensive experience in developing a culture that has at its core performance, both individual and team”, said Bogdan Neacșu, CEC Bank CEO.
Patricia is a graduate of the University of Bucharest, Faculty of Sociology, Psychology and Pedagogy, and holds a Master’s degree in Consulting from the Faculty of Management of the Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies.
“I am honoured to join the CEC Bank team and to contribute implicitly, together with this team, to the modernization of the oldest bank in Romania. Together with the whole team we will work on strengthening HR activities in line with the bank’s development strategy, increasing internal talents and strengthening an organizational culture oriented towards performance, efficiency and continuous evolution”, says Patricia Andrei.
CEC Bank is the seventh-largest bank on the local market by assets, with the Romanian state as a shareholder through the Ministry of Finance. In 2020, CEC Bank had assets of 41.3 billion lei, up 25.5% from 2019.